Vex Ruffin is another loose end for the Rocks Toss roster. With root base in hip-hop and post-punk, the Chino Hillsides, California indigenous makes lo-fi music that’s equally inspired by Madlib and Johnny Rotten. His first produces included two four-song EPs of garage area punk recorded along with his music group the Lo-Fi Jerkheads. He also produced single bedroom recordings utilizing a SP-303 sampler, and after sending out a demonstration tape on the whim, he was individually phoned by Rocks Throw creator Peanut Butter Wolf. The 2011 EP Crash Training course was released with the label, accompanied by another six-track EP, 2012’s Eulogy, which highlighted the musician branching out from lo-fi punk using a witch home name cut. A cassette entitled DITTO Tomorrow made an appearance by the finish of the entire year. As Vex Ruffin ready for his initial full-length, he toured using a four-piece music group for concert events, including a SXSW display and Coachella. He also collaborated with Adam Pants beneath the name Krista; Rocks Toss released their “Space Tom Check” one. Ruffin’s self-titled full-length, which discovered him exploring a far more minimal and fractured audio, arrived on Rocks Toss in 2013. After a protracted absence, Ruffin came back in 2017. He created the Koreatown Oddity’s Finna End up being History Tense, and his second correct album, Conveyor, premiered. A thick, paranoid album merging dub, disco, brand-new wave, and various other styles, the record included the one “THE TOTAL AMOUNT,” which highlighted a cameo from hip-hop pioneer Fab 5 Freddy.